Jesus is a good guy but when things get bad, he can kick some butt if needed. When Jesus runs across a group of vampires that are out to kill all lesbians, he realizes it is up to him and his apostles to stop the carnage. With some Kung Fu moves if possible.
Phil Caracas (Jesus Christ), Murielle Varhelyi (Maxine), Maria Moulton (Mary Magnum), Tim Devries (Father Eustace), Ian Driscoll (Golgotha), Josh Grace (Praetorious), Tracy Lance (Oddbottom), Jeff Moffet (Santos).
The acting was awful, the videography was horrible, sound was painful, special effects were ridiculous. Overall, this movie was absolutely hysterical. Worse than a B-movie, this gives a whole new definition to Campy. Obviously a zero-budget film, this one was all about sarcasm with no concern about offending anyone. The story-line was ridiculous and there was literally no character development at all. And it was still hysterical. Jesus didn’t look anything like the Jesus we all think of and having the Mexican wrestling hero Santos as his sidekick was great. Even the final song of the soundtrack, ‘Everything is all right, everyone gets l**d tonight’ was funny. At the same time, if Jesus is important to you this film is going to be offensive in 100 different ways, minimum.
I’m not usually a big B-movie fan but this one knocked it out of the park. The comedy was awesome and the elementary filming, effects, etc. just added to the humor quotient.
For anyone who is a B-movie, parody, religious comedy fan, check this one out and you might get a few laughs.
A little foul language and obviously some questionable humor but, preens and above should be fine watching this one with older teens and adults enjoying it the most.
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